Ugandan student duped with fake admission letterJuly 5th, 2011 - 1:24 am ICT by IANS
New Delhi, July 4 (IANS) An Ugandan national was duped by a man who gave him a forged letter of admission to Delhi Technical University, police said Monday.
“Ntare N. Brain approached the varsity last week along with an admission letter which was signed by R.C. Sharma, dean, international affairs of DTU. The admission letter said that Brain was selected for admission admission in M.Sc. (IT) this academic session,” said a police officer.
Brain submitted the letter to the university but the dean found that it was forged. “When the dean saw the letter and his faked signature and stamp, the matter was brought to the notice of the joint registrar of DTU also,” said the officer.
Brain also filed a police complaint regarding the forged letter and stated that he got it from a man named Yasin of Daulatpur area in north Delhi. Meanwhile, the university also filed a police complaint.
“We have registered a case and are investigating the matter. We also suspect role of some university staff in the case,” the police officer said.
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